Malaika Arora is one of the fittest celebrities in Bollywood who has literally put her age in reverse gear. There is no exaggeration about the fact that she is aging backward if one sees her fitness and glamour quotient. Instead, it has only increased with time. Malaika Arora attributes her fitness and youth to Yoga which she does on the regular basis. Every Monday when most of us are sulking down for getting back to work after a fun-filled weekend, Malaika Arora inspires everyone to beat the Monday blues. This is why every Monday she comes up with her picture while performing a difficult yoga pose.
Malaika Arora recently posted Pincha Mayurasana pose of Yoga as she could be seen balancing her whole body on her arms.
She also taught her fans how to go about it.
‘This week's pose is Pincha Mayurasana, also known as a forearm stand. And here's how to achieve the pose
- From a downward dog, Slowly bend your elbows and place them on the floor for a dolphin
- keep them directly under your shoulders. - Raise your hips up. - Lift up your right leg, and kick up the left leg off the floor
- Your feet can touch the wall or remain in the air
- Remain in this position for few seconds. - Keep your head away from the floor
Now remember, practice makes you perfect. So don't worry if you fall the first few times. All that matters is getting back up and trying again.’
Malaika Arora urged her fans to follow the same pose and tag her in the pictures.
Malaika Arora has also taken her passion for yoga to another level by making a yoga studio in Mumbai.
Malaika Arora started her career as a VJ on MTV India. She later ventured into modeling. Malaika Arora rose to fame in Bollywood when she danced with Shah Rukh Khan on the top of the train for the famous song Chaiyya Chiyya for the film Dil Se. She got married to Arbaaz Khan who was also a film actor and belonged to a film family. Her sister Amrita Arora has also been an actress but Malaika Arora never thought of pursuing acting as a career. Her son Arhaan Khan also has an inclination towards films.